According to the official website of the German Football Association, the first female referee in Bundesliga history, Bibiana Steinhaushaus, will officially retire after the 2020 German Super Cup. The German Super Cup final between Bayern Munich and Dortmund at the Allianz Arena in Munich at 20:30 pm local time on Wednesday (October 1st, 2:30 am Beijing time) will be Steinhaus’s curtain call .
Bibiana Steinhaus (Bibiana Steinhaus) was born on March 24, 1979. Since 1999, she has enforced the German women's football top league. She has enforced the German women's football between Frankfurt and Duisburg in the 2002/03 season. Cup finals, and became an international female referee in 2005. Since 2007, Steinhaus began to enforce the Bundesliga and became the first female referee in the history of the German men's professional league. Ten years later, in the 2017/18 season, Steinhaus officially entered the Bundesliga referee list. On September 10, 2017, Steinhaus completed his Bundesliga law enforcement debut at the Berlin Olympic Stadium (Hertha Berlin 1:1 Werder Bremen) and also became the first female referee in the history of the Bundesliga.
Bibiana Steinhaus（Bibiana Steinhaus）出生于1979年3月24日。自1999年以来，她一直执掌德国女子足球顶级联赛。她在2002/03赛季实施了法兰克福和杜伊斯堡之间的德国女足比赛。决赛，并于2005年成为国际女裁判。自2007年以来，斯坦豪斯开始执行德甲联赛，并成为德国男子职业联赛历史上的第一位女裁判。十年后的2017/18赛季，斯坦因豪斯正式进入德甲联赛裁判名单。 2017年9月10日，斯坦因豪斯在柏林奥林匹克体育场（柏林赫塔柏林不莱梅1：1球场）完成了德甲执法比赛的首场比赛，并且成为德甲历史上第一位女裁判。
From the 17/18 season to the end of the 19/20 season, Steinhaus has enforced a total of 23 games in the Bundesliga for 3 seasons, showing a total of 65 yellow cards and an average of 2.83 yellow cards per game. He has not shown in the Bundesliga. Red card, and served as the fourth official 13 times and 21 times as Video Assistant Referee (VAR) (not including this season). In addition, in his career, he has enforced 92 Bundesliga games, 64 Bundesliga games and 13 games. Men's German Cup match. She has served as VAR 3 times in the Bundesliga this season, but has not yet played the law enforcement. It is currently uncertain whether she will continue to serve as the video assistant referee of the Bundesliga after hanging up the whistle.
Steinhaus, currently in the UEFA women’s elite referee sequence, has repeatedly enforced intercontinental and world competitions in the international arena. In addition to the regular enforcement of the Women’s Champions League, 2008, 2010, 2014 and 2018
When talking about the reason why she chose to hang the whistle, the 41-year-old Steinhaus said: "During the quarantine of the new crown virus pneumonia, like many people, I reflected and re-evaluated a lot of things. With the German Football Association After a constructive discussion by the head of elite referee Lutz Frölich, I also carefully considered many factors and made the decision to end the refereeing career. For tonight’s German Super Cup, I hope that Attention is completely focused on the game and will explain the reasons for the whistle in more detail in due course."
Pay tribute to Bibiana Steinhaus! I wish her the last game of her career smooth enforcement!